Media Mentions

WCC’s Humphries Garners Writing Awards

Tara Humphries earned first and second place in the press release category and first and second place in the speech category of the 2020 National Federation of Press Women’s At-Large Communications Contest.

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Four Hub staff members win first place awards in National Federation of Press Women contest

Four Kearney Hub staff members received first place awards in the annual National Federation of Press Women communications contest.

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Hunt honored with National Federation of Press Women's President's Award

A long-time journalist, non-profit managing director for an international organization, and media relations coordinator for a history museum has been named the recipient of the 2019 National Federation of Press Women’s President’s Award.

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Boomer Writers Win at National Competition

 

At the annual conference of the National Federation of Press Women (NFPW) in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, several BOOMER writers won awards for excellence in communications.

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Gwen White earns national recognition

 

A long-time journalist, history book author, non-profit executive director, humorist and motivational speaker has been named the recipient of the 2018 National Federation of Press Women’s President’s Award. The award

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Star-Herald reporter wins national awards

 

Bethlehem, PA. – Irene North, a reporter for the Star-Herald, won first place in editorial for magazine or newsletter; and third place in enterprise reporting in the National Federation of

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NM Political Report wins four national awards

 

NM Political Report took home two first-place awards and one second-place award in a national journalism contest. It is the second-straight year that NM Political Report, the state’s largest online, political news outlet, won awards at the national competition. The National Federation of Press Women’s Communications Contest includes those who won state-level awards. Donate today […]

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Women writers and other literary and journalism stars falling on Alabama this week - Alabama NewsCenter

 

NFPW will share its stories in Birmingham for the first time with national conference.

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Smyrna author wins national award

She packed a lot into 20 pages. Cindy Cavett’s brevity won a national short story award in late June. Praised by her literary peers, the 39-year-old Smyrna author’s “Dog- napping in Ocean City” received top honors at the National Federation of Press Women’s annual Communications Conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

 

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Episode 3: The Pedestal | The United States of Anxiety | WNYC Studios

 

In Tennessee, the women's suffrage movement collided head on with an effort to preserve white supremacy.

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Kearney Hub's Lori Potter wins top award in national contest

 

KEARNEY — Lori Potter, the Kearney Hub’s agriculture reporter and personal columnist, won the top honor at the National Federation of Press Women 2018 Professional Communications Contest. Awards were presented

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Shirley Davis: 'Once a reporter, always a reporter'

 

Longtime Quad-City Times employee Shirley Davis Homrighausen was remembered Wednesday as an inveterate reporter, world-wide traveler, booster of the Times Plus 60 club and friend with a good sense of

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UNM Law Professor Emerita Sherri Burr Named NMPW President :: School of Law | The University of New Mexico

 

UNM Law Professor Emerita Sherri Burr Named NMPW President

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Wilmington University News Release - WilmU Professor and Author Named National Award Winner

 

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Juneau poet wins national award for self-published book | Juneau Empire

 

Miriam Wagoner never thought her poems would be published, let alone win national awards.

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